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    Entry points for a new prevention agenda: connecting New York, Geneva and ‘at-risk’ contexts

    Campbell, Susanna, Wennmann, Achim
    Geneva : The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva Peacebuilding Plateform
    2013
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    Titre: Entry points for a new prevention agenda: connecting New York, Geneva and ‘at-risk’ contexts
    Contributeur: Campbell, Susanna; Wennmann, Achim
    Editeur: Geneva : The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva Peacebuilding Plateform
    Date: 2013
    Collation: 6 p.
    Documents dans cette collection: Geneva peacebuilding platform brief

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    Independent external evaluation UN Peacebuilding Fund Project portfolio in Burundi 2007–2013

    Campbell, Susanna, Hofmann, Stephanie C
    Geneva : The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding
    2014
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    Titre: Independent external evaluation UN Peacebuilding Fund Project portfolio in Burundi 2007–2013
    Contributeur: Campbell, Susanna; Hofmann, Stephanie C
    Editeur: Geneva : The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding
    Date: 2014
    Collation: 85 p.

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    Ethics of Research in Conflict Environments

    Campbell, Susanna P
    Journal of Global Security Studies, 2017, Vol. 2(1), pp.89-101
    Oxford University Press
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    Titre: Ethics of Research in Conflict Environments
    Auteur: Campbell, Susanna P
    Sujet: Ethics ; Peace ; War ; Conflict ; Research Methods ; State Surveillance
    Description: This review essay provides an overview of the literature on ethical challenges and dilemmas facing researchers in conflict and post-conflict environments. This scholarship argues that the basic ethical principles established to guide research on human subjects are necessary but insufficient for research in conflict and post-conflict environments. These environments present unique challenges to informed consent, confidentiality, risk-benefit analysis, researcher security, and Beneficence that require more nuanced guidelines and professional training.
    Fait partie de: Journal of Global Security Studies, 2017, Vol. 2(1), pp.89-101
    Identifiant: 2057-3170 (ISSN); 2057-3189 (E-ISSN); 10.1093/jogss/ogw024 (DOI)

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    From endogenous to exogenous pattern formation: Invasive plant species changes the spatial distribution of a native ant

    Li, Kevin, He, Yifan, Campbell, Susanna K., Colborn, A. Shawn, Jackson, Eliot L., Martin, Austin, Monagan, Ivan V., Ong, Theresa Wei Ying, Perfecto, Ivette
    Global Change Biology, June 2017, Vol.23(6), pp.2250-2261 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Investing in international security rising powers and organizational choices

    Hofmann, Stephanie C, Bravo, Barbara, Campbell, Susanna
    In: Cambridge Review of International Affairs. - Cambridge. - Vol. 29(2016), issue 3, p. 831-851
    2016
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    Titre: Investing in international security rising powers and organizational choices
    Contributeur: Hofmann, Stephanie C; Bravo, Barbara; Campbell, Susanna
    Date: 2016
    Description: How do rising powers choose to allocate their finite resources among the multiple global and regional security organizations? Building on the literatures on forum shopping and rising powers, we argue that the different organizational investment choices of rising powers are explained by varying regional ideational affinities. Organizational settings have ideational foundations that can look very different from region to region. We argue that regional ideational affinity leads rising powers to invest in regional rather than global organizations. However, if the ideational composition of the region is highly diverse, global organizations are a better vehicle to accommodate rising powers’ emergent ambitions. To demonstrate our argument, we examine the choices of Brazil and South Africa in terms of their material and ideational investments in regional and global organizations.
    Publication en relation: In: Cambridge Review of International Affairs. - Cambridge. - Vol. 29(2016), issue 3, p. 831-851

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    Global governance and local peace : accountability and performance in international peacebuilding

    Campbell, Susanna
    Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press
    2018
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    Titre: Global governance and local peace : accountability and performance in international peacebuilding / Susanna P. Campbell
    Auteur: Campbell, Susanna
    Editeur: Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press
    Date: 2018
    Collation: 292 p.
    Sujet LCSH: International agencies - Peace-building -- International cooperation
    Contient: Local peacebuilding and global accountability -- The country context--Burundi from 1999 to 2014 -- Ingos in peacebuilding--globally unaccountable, locally adaptive -- International organizations in peacebuilding--globally accountable, locally constrained -- Bilateral development donors--accountable for global targets, not local change
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: heid 341.68
    ge-heid 341.68 HEIA 122346
    Identifiant: 9781108418652 (hardback) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008787007
    Permalien:
    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008787007/html?view=GE_V1

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    Duetting behavior varies with sex, season, and singing role in a tropical oriole ( Icterus icterus )

    Odom, Karan J, Logue, David M, Studds, Colin E, Monroe, Michelle K, Campbell, Susanna K, Omland, Kevin E
    Behavioral Ecology, 2017, Vol. 28(5), pp.1256-1265 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Oxford University Press
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    Titre: Duetting behavior varies with sex, season, and singing role in a tropical oriole ( Icterus icterus )
    Auteur: Odom, Karan J; Logue, David M; Studds, Colin E; Monroe, Michelle K; Campbell, Susanna K; Omland, Kevin E
    Sujet: Bird ; Contact Maintenance ; Duet Function ; Paternity Guard ; Song ; Territory Defense
    Description: Many birds sing with their mates, forming duets that could serve many functions. We found that duetting behavior varied between the 2 sexes and between the breeding and nonbreeding season. Both females and males answer their mate’s songs in both seasons to defend territories and maintain contact with each other. Males also answer their mate during the breeding season, possibly to guard their paternity. Thus duetting functions in both breeding and nonbreeding activities. Females and males of many animals combine their vocalizations into coordinated acoustic duets. Duets can mediate both cooperation and conflict between partners, and are common in tropical, sedentary species that may use duets for multiple functions year-round. To elucidate the full range of duet functions, we need to study the individual-level behaviors that generate duets throughout the year. We evaluated multiple functions of duetting behavior in female and male Venezuelan troupials ( Icterus icterus ) during the breeding and nonbreeding seasons, including territory defense, maintaining contact with a mate, and paternity guarding. In both sexes during both seasons, song initiation rates were predicted by conspecific solo and duet rates. However, troupials were more likely to answer their mate to form duets after conspecific duets than after conspecific solos, supporting a territory defense function of duets. Troupials that answered their mate to form duets were also more likely to move toward their mate (than duet initiators and soloists), suggesting that duet participation also functions to maintain contact. During the breeding season, males were particularly likely to fly toward their mate after answering to form a duet. This finding may indicate that males answer to guard paternity, although other predictions of paternity guarding were not supported. Examining individual-level behaviors during both the breeding and nonbreeding season revealed multiple functions of troupial duets. Our results are consistent with social selection acting on females and males to maintain contact and territories year-round, and possibly sexual selection on males for functions tied to the breeding season.
    Fait partie de: Behavioral Ecology, 2017, Vol. 28(5), pp.1256-1265
    Identifiant: 1045-2249 (ISSN); 1465-7279 (E-ISSN); 10.1093/beheco/arx087 (DOI)

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    An Ontology of Peace: Landscapes of Conflict and Cooperation with Application to Colombia

    Campbell, Susanna P, Findley, Michael G, Kikuta, Kyosuke
    International Studies Review, 2017, Vol. 19(1), pp.92-113 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Oxford University Press
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    Titre: An Ontology of Peace: Landscapes of Conflict and Cooperation with Application to Colombia
    Auteur: Campbell, Susanna P; Findley, Michael G; Kikuta, Kyosuke
    Sujet: Intrastate Peace ; Ontology ; Conceptualization Of Peace ; Civil War ; Cooperation ; Conflict
    Description: International relations scholarship on intrastate peace and conflict largely conceptualizes peace as an absence of war and, to some extent, the presence of a minimal degree of democracy. Empirically, scholars treat peace as a non-event, identifying it as the absence of military battles rather than (or in addition to) the presence of conflict-mitigating institutions or activities. This approach hearkens back to a bygone debate about negative and positive peace, and illustrates that negative peace conceptualizations dominate existing scholarship. In this article, we unpack the conceptual foundations of peace to account more fully for cooperation, rather than just violent conflict. We then operationalize this expanded conceptualization of peace through a latent variable measurement approach that carefully aggregates both conflict and cooperation events. We ground the measurement model in data from Colombia for the period of 1993 to 2012. In so doing, we present a new, empirically grounded ontology of peace that we expect could be useful for causal theorizing and testing in other work.
    Fait partie de: International Studies Review, 2017, Vol. 19(1), pp.92-113
    Identifiant: 1521-9488 (ISSN); 1468-2486 (E-ISSN); 10.1093/isr/vix005 (DOI)

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    Bilateral Development Donors: Accountable for Global Targets, Not Local Change

    Campbell, Susanna P
    Global Governance and Local Peace
    Cambridge Books Online (Cambridge University Press), Cambridge Core All Books (Cambridge University Press)
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    Titre: Bilateral Development Donors: Accountable for Global Targets, Not Local Change
    Auteur: Campbell, Susanna P
    Date: 31 May 2018
    Sujet: International Relations
    Fait partie de: Global Governance and Local Peace
    Identifiant: 9781108418652 (ISBN); 9781108407632 (ISBN); 1108418651 (ISBN); 1108407633 (ISBN)

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    International Organizations in Peacebuilding: Globally Accountable, Locally Constrained

    Campbell, Susanna P
    Global Governance and Local Peace
    Cambridge Books Online (Cambridge University Press), Cambridge Core All Books (Cambridge University Press)
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    Titre: International Organizations in Peacebuilding: Globally Accountable, Locally Constrained
    Auteur: Campbell, Susanna P
    Date: 31 May 2018
    Sujet: International Relations
    Fait partie de: Global Governance and Local Peace
    Identifiant: 9781108418652 (ISBN); 9781108407632 (ISBN); 1108418651 (ISBN); 1108407633 (ISBN)